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15 Aug 2018

This Is Hell!

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Long-form interviews with writers, thinkers and workers from around the world and across the spectrum of experience.

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    Episode 1016: Recent Black History (Playlist - August 11 2018)

    Recent highlight interviews on Black history in America. Paul Ortiz connects the politics of anti-imperialism to the tradition of Black radicalism. [00:01:09] / Anna-Lisa Cox traces the westward journey of America's Black pioneers. [00:36:43] / Talitha LeFlouria examines the incarcerated labor of Black women in Reconstruction-era Georgia. [1:23:57] / Keisha Blain explores the work of women in the Black nationalist movement of the early 20th century. [2:03:51] / Ashley D. Farmer surveys the radical legacy of women in the Black Power movement. [2:40:08] / Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor explains how the Black Lives Matter movement has the potential to challenge American politics.[3:11:43]

  • Posted on 10 Aug 2018

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    Late stage craft beer capitalism / So much for the tolerant.

    The Hopleaf's Michael Roper discusses sell-outs and shut-downs in the late stage craft beer market. / In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen puts a Great Thinker's words into worst practices.

  • Posted on 09 Aug 2018

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    Liberation theology's challenge to this world.

    Historian Lilian Calles Barger explores the past (and future) of the liberation theology movement. Lilian is author of "The World Come of Age: An Intellectual History of Liberation Theology" from Oxford University Press.

  • Posted on 08 Aug 2018

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    Chicago police roundup / Home in Detroit.

    Attorney Flint Taylor follows the long, living legacy of police torture in Chicago. Flint's book "The Torture Machine: Racism and Police Violence in Chicago" is out later this year via Haymarket Books. / Journalist Drew Philp talks about building a house and rebuilding a community in Detroit. Drew is author of "A $500 House in Detroit: Rebuilding an Abandoned Home and an American City" from Scribner.

  • Posted on 07 Aug 2018

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    Rolling back Latin America's Pink Tide.

    Economist Mark Weisbrot examines the US hand in Latin American politics across the 21st century. Mark wrote the essay "A Note about 'Our Backyard': Advice that Thomas Shannon Might Give to Mike Pompeo" for CEPR.

  • Posted on 04 Aug 2018

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